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CrankCase Air Filter Location??

I went to the local parts store and looked up all the filters for my motor and bought a few of them, I bought the Air Filter and CrankCase Air Filter which I cannot seem to find on my motor. They had another filter listed for something else, but I didn't bother getting that one, this time around...I have a 302 5.0L...How can I find the Filter for the CrankCase?
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ithink its in u,r air cleaner
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ya its the little filter that is at the bottom of your air box
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I was down to the Zone a few weeks ago, and tried to get one for my 96 5.8.
He said that it wasn't listed. Figured I change it out while I was doing the air filter. No such luck! Is that a dealer item? I looked when I changed the air filter, but I didn't see one at the air box. Now what?
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There's not a crank case filter on a '96. It pulls air from the filtered air stream aft of the mass air meter. There's a hose coming from the back of the 'y' going to the drivers side valve cover.
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Thanks EPNCSU,

Nice to hear from someone who knows.
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ithink its in u,r air cleaner

Follow the 1" sized tube that follows the air intake tubes. It goes to the box, the little filter on the end of that small tube, inside the air box, is what you want to change.
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Thanks guys, Found and Replaced...It seems that over the years from the previous owner the C.C. Filter acquired some oil...Would this constitute blowby? It was whiteish and foamy, sort of what water in oil looks like after going river running with a motor, anyways what can I do and what do I look for over time in this new filter to see what my motor is actually doing? Thanks again for the help...
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